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The 19th Anniversary of My Daddy's Death -10-15-17 - A Quintessential Leader Remembered and Missed

My dad was the first quintessential leader I encountered in life. He wasn’t perfect – none of us are – but who he was and how he lived his life was anchored to the principles of quintessential leadership. 1,324 more words

Quintessential Leadership

Effects and mediators of psychosocial work characteristics on somatic symptoms six years later: Prospective findings from the Mannheim Industrial Cohort Studies (MICS)

Ample evidence documented the adverse health effects of work stressors, and recent research has increasingly focused on somatic symptoms which are very common and costly. Prospective evidence is however sparse and yielded mixed findings. 210 more words


How Much (More) Should CEOs Make? A Universal Desire for More Equal Pay

(Free full text available) Do people from different countries and different backgrounds have similar preferences for how much more the rich should earn than the poor? 141 more words


Changed, yet the same

I have been lost in my stuff. Organization takes forever. Especially when you spend half your time in tears.

I am not just sorting through and organizing. 209 more words


British Muslim and not a terrorist

Sit Back, Relax and Learn…

I am sick and tired of constantly hearing on the news daily how typically a brown muslim guy with a beard or a rucksack has been caught due to terrorism offences. 359 more words


The judge who can be trusted - Psalm 9 part 1

Some years back, I had a boss that you had to be very careful with. Prickly and unpredictable, you had to choose your moment wisely and check with her secretary if you really needed to speak with her; and for most of the time she was best avoided! 43 more words


That's Not Fair!

That’s not fair! Have you ever said that? If you are around children much, you hear it pretty regularly! My students tell me that it’s not fair when someone else is winning, or when someone cuts in front of you, or when someone gets something you don’t, or when someone gets a bigger piece of chocolate cake than you, or when you are not allowed to do something that you want to do, or when you get blamed for something someone else has done. 1,014 more words